Striving to be fair. that’s how Alison Weir described Clayton Douglas in her “defense” against a supposed attack (or as I call it, disassociation).
Alison Weir, talking about Clayton Douglas, an avid neo-nazi.
“In his somewhat wandering, occasionally conspiracy-tinged questions, Douglas touched on a lot of out-there thoughts, but I recall that he differentiated between Jews and Zionists, spoke strongly against violence, decried Israeli oppression, and seemed to be striving to be a fair person. When one time he failed to distinguish between Zionists and Jewish people in general, I corrected him.”
Ms. Weir has had plenty of time to learn about Douglas and his version of “fairness”. the man is a Nazi. He played a tape of David Duke while she was interviewed, that interested Alison, but no protest from Alison. Douglas is a man that thinks that Jews are our enemy, and fight integration with “inferior” people. While her description above is not exactly lavish praise, I am sure Clayton appreciates the support.
Alison seems to determined to go where few of us want to tread… John Birch Society gatherings and such. She is reaching out to what I call the “WhitePeopleMatterMost” crowd. That position is contrary to those of us that are reaching out to other victims of oppression, including the Black Lives Matter movement. Irreconcilable differences. So it goes.
Alison is still free to do as she chooses. Let her be. and in response, let the rest of us go on about our work.